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Improving patient care through the advancement of precision medicine.
Applying data analytics to predicting and preventing the shortage of vital medical equipment.
A Defense Department program aims to track COVID-19.
The agency is coupling API development with a focus on human-centered design to lay the groundwork for both current modernization and future initiatives.
Data-sharing tools enable the agency to collaborate across the enterprise.
NIH, CDC and FDA leaders see health data sharpening government's understanding of COVID-19.
A senate committee is considering current temporary COVID-19 telehealth expansion policies in a more permanent capacity in the future.
The MISSION Act led to improved reporting of staffing and vacancy data at the agency.
The multi-cloud, DevOps-oriented approach is working to improve military health delivery during the pandemic.
Recently implemented telework measures are allowing the agency to focus on the Cerner transition despite challenges in pandemic.
Although the agency paused MHS Genesis deployment during the pandemic, leaders have continued progressing health record modernization alongside VA.
Increasing bandwidth early let the agency's workforce easily adjust to remote work during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Preemptive stand-up of teleconferencing and easing employee work with IT helped the agency to go fully remote within days.
AI, data and cyber are focus areas that will secure HHS IT and prevent fraud, waste and abuse of funds.
The project exemplifies the direction the center is taking to make AI operational across the Defense Department.
Cross-collaboration and changes to acquisition are key as priorities shift.
Federal leaders emphasize the role of data in vaccine and treatment development, economic relief funding and contact tracing.
The Veterans Health Administration is taking a centralized, data-informed approach to the distribution of vital equipment amidst the COVID-19 pandemic.
Data-mining techniques will allow health researchers to sharpen COVID-19 literature and clinical trial database search results.
The $1B+ initiative seeks solutions that enable accessibility, scalability, mobility and the ability to share data.